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The Silicon Review Asia

Bayonetta' developers get a financial boost from the Chinese gaming giant

Bayonetta' developers get a financial boost from the Chinese gaming giant

Chinese gaming giant Tencent yet again has its finger in the pie as it is joining its hands with a well-known developer PlatinumGames. Tencent is providing a “capital investment” as part of a basis for partnership. But this would have no effect on the PlatinumGame’s structure or the independent identity. The influx of investment will help financial improvement but will also help the firm to move beyond the limits of development and self-publishing.

Tencent already has full control of games like League of Legends and also has a 40 percent share in Fortnite’s Epic Games and also has a smaller stake in PUBG creator Bluehole which is estimated to be about 11.5 percent, Activation Blizzard (5 percent), and Ubisoft (5 percent).

Tencent in a recent press meet announced that it is an approximately timed investment for PlatinumGames, and also stated that the firm has a string of well-received games under their belt, and the most notable games such as Bayonetta as well as the Astral Chain, and NieR:Automata. Tencent is boosting the finance to keep this game streak going and also to expand the market into unfamiliar territory. It will both the firms to gain large fame as well as greater market value.

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